Mobile ID enables the user to enter web portals, use public and private e-services. It also allows people to make payments, provide digital signatures and even take part in electronic elections.
In addition, the user can gain access to various applications – for example when making bank transactions from a smart device conveniently wherever the user is.
Legal infrastructure and issuance principals are playing a crucial role on corresponding Mobile Identification acceptance levels and usage.
Nortal has long experience in developing and offering various Mobile Identification building blocks. Therefore, we can consult to develop proper legal infrastructure regulating Mobile ID issuance, acceptance and usage. We can help set up proper issuance procedures and develop all necessary technical infrastructure components, starting from the core up to applications and usage interfaces.
Karina Egipt has been working closely with electronic identity since 2010. She knows that the successful implementation does not end with issuing cards and launching technology. The success of eID depends on the balanced and systematic development of four pillars: eID means and technology, value adding e-services supported by a corresponding legal infrastructure, changing human behavior, and building inclusion. To find out more, get in touch with her via email.